Reaching for the sky: Skydeck Chicago

Chicago, known as the birthplace of the skyscraper, is a living museum of modern architecture. Recently during our Three days in Chicago, we decided to go checking out the Skydeck on the 103rd floor of the Willis Tower (still the Sears Tower in some people’s hearts). The Willis Tower is located on Wacker Avenue, with the Skydeck entrance on Jackson…

Three days in Chicago

Back to the USA and being able to spend some time with my girlfriend @ninamclernon always makes me happy. My flight arrived to Chicago last week and I spent a beautiful weekend in the windy city. One year ago I was blogging for the first time about Chicago and how to experience the best of it…

La Valle Della BioDiversità

  Today on the blog I want to talk about a special place in Bergamo not many people know about it: La Valle della BioDiversità or the Valley of BioDiversity in English. To my eyes, it’s a little green oasis located in the Astino Valley. This garden is an open museum full of preciousness, where…

Misushi Restaurant

If you’re looking for a new sushi destination to throw into your repertoire, consider checking out Misushi Restaurant located in Navigli area in Milan. I went to this AYCE with friends on a tuesday night, we didn’t reserver a table but the staff welcomed us without any problem. The inside of this japanese restaurant is…

10 things about me @theitalianguest

Ciao! Some time ago I was tagged on instagram by my friends @letstraveldarling. They shared on their cool account 10 facts about them. It’s such a lovely and interesting idea and thanks to them, today on the blog, I’ll be sharing mine. I’m Enzo, the author of @theitalianguest. Here’s 10 things about me! 1. I…

Neptune’s Net

Today on the blog I’m gonna talk about a special place in Malibu and this is gonna end the circle of the series Through my eyes: Exploring LA. Deep in Malibu on Pacific Coast Highway there’s a historic fish shack known as Neptunes Net. The restaurant is a must for seafood lovers and for those making…

Through my eyes: Malibu

It’s true what they say that you spend a lot of time in the car in LA! My girlfriend @ninamclernon and I decided to rent a car with enterprise.com and drive from Venice Beach to Malibu passing through the Pacific Coast Highway, well known as one of the most scenic drives in the world. Such…

In-N-Out Burger Hollywood

Through my eyes: Hollywood couldn’t not cover a review of the famous In-N-Out Burger, which is very close to the Hollywood Blvd. Walk of Fame. For a while I’ve heard about stories of friends and people much more well-traveled than myself telling me about their love for In-N-Out Burger. In-N-Out Burger needs no introduction. It’s a…

Ladurée Los Angeles

While in West Hollywood checking around The Grove, my girlfriend @ninamclernon and I made a flying visit to the famous luxury Parisian tea room, Ladurée. Ladurée, as the name can tell, is a French luxury bakery and sweets maker house which first opened in Paris near the Place de la Concorde in 1862. It is…

Through my eyes: Hollywood

In case you missed it, last week on the blog I shared a Santa Monica city guide. And today, I’m here to share some of my favorite spots my girlfriend @ninamclernon and I check out in Hollywood. Are you ready? Let’s get started! Griffith Observatory & The Hollywood sign Griffith Observatory sits on the edge of…

Urth Caffè Santa Monica

Urth Caffè is the America’s first only organic coffee company with six different locations in Southern California each with their own ambiance and architecture. The peculiar name of the cafe comes from two words: Urth is an old Welsh root spelling of Earth and Caffè is Italian for coffee. So with combination they want a…

Through my eyes: Santa Monica

In my point of view Santa Monica can be described in three words: the beach, the pier and the stores, they really are Santa Monica’s three main attractions. Santa Monica is everything Los Angeles isn’t: relaxed and refreshed, and full of boutique restaurants and hidden gems that offer a certain shelter from the chaos of…